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valviyal payana anubavangal(katturai)-3 / வாழ்வியல் பயண அனுபவங்கள்(கட்டுரை)-3

Author Name: TAMIZHDESAN IMAYAKAPPIYAN | Format: Paperback | Genre : Others | Other Details
I lost everything and I vowed to die with friends in my 11th birthday. From preschool to university, none of my close friends were alive. Migratory life - migratory life for the past 33 years - has continued behind me. I used to live in the face of it all on the long road to life. I used to live and disappear, live and die, and today I am not afraid to hide or live upright. When the body and the mind are in a state of disrepair, the belief that the Tamil community can do something to live in the hope of dissolving the melody. From 85 to the present day, many poems and articles in life disappeared. It is not possible to search magazines. To search if the conductors and collectors are alive. What to look for in men who struggle to survive. If the library and writings I have collected have dissolved over time and in the past, the freedom of journalists and the killing and burning of texts by the chauvinist state continues to this day, and how can I and my poetry escape? There is still hope that everything can be memorized and written down. I have told a hundred poems and stories about the life of the Eelam War and the day-to-day agitation by the chauvinist state. I have documented the Tamil view of the diaspora as a verse and love poetry.
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tamizh desan imaya kappiyan

83 At the time when the moral struggle and armed struggle were mixed before the genocide, each one commanded himself to prepare for a life of captivity. The LTTE was the paradigm of control and discipline, the best of all the movements for the liberation of the world, and the growth of the LTTE in 83 was the people who fought with the people for the liberation struggle of the LTTE. I lost everything and I vowed to die with friends in my 11th birthday. From preschool to university, none of my close friends were alive. Migratory life - migratory life for the past 33 years - has continued behind me. I used to live in the face of it all on the long road to life. I used to live and disappear, live and die, and today I am not afraid to hide or live upright. When the body and the mind are in a state of disrepair, the belief that the Tamil community can do something to live in the hope of dissolving the melody. From 85 to the present day, many poems and articles in life disappeared. It is not possible to search magazines. To search if the conductors and collectors are alive. What to look for in men who struggle to survive. If the library and writings I have collected have dissolved over time and in the past, the freedom of journalists and the killing and burning of texts by the chauvinist state continues to this day, and how can I and my poetry escape? There is still hope that everything can be memorized and written down. I have told a hundred poems and stories about the life of the Eelam War and the day-to-day agitation by the chauvinist state. I have documented the Tamil view of the diaspora as a verse and love poetry. No need to thank the children of Shakti Vasan, Ritisha, Vidushi Barbie and Himayak Kapiyan for reading my poems and helping my friend Professor Dr Maharaj. Many thanks to my dear sister Krishnamurthy family and my sister Padmavathi Deepa who are forever grateful
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